Erik Moreau

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Windows 10 Mobile 10586.63 released to the insider fast ring

Another release to the fast ring and it brings nice new stuff:   Reliability, battery and performance improvements Typing on Polish keyboard in Outlook Mail Turn by turn directions over Bluetooth in car Battery usage improvements with Iris Recognition Reliability of quick actions settings page MS Band use with Cortana Have fun upgrading!  

1st Insider Preview of RedStone available to the Fast Ring and it’s running smooth!

What’s Redstone? RedStone (ref to Minecraft) is the codename of the next upgrade to Windows 10 which is to be released somewhere around March 2016 If you’re on the fast Insider ring and you check for updates you should get this event though the build number has jumped from 10586 to 11082, no big list of …

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Windows 10 App

We have a Windows 10 App in the store for Phone & Desktop. It will enable you to follow your blogs and updates more easily.   Check it out here: https://www.microsoft.com/store/apps/9nblggh5cp77  

Want to keep your 15GB Free Storage on OneDrive?

Microsoft is lowering the free storage on the personal version of OneDrive from 15GB to 5GB, if you dan’t wat to be affected by the change, go here: https://preview.onedrive.com/bonus/  

What’s new in Windows 10 1511 (Build 10586)

Begin November Microsoft Released the first big update to Windows 10 to the current branch users of Windows 10 (the default update setting) This upgrade brings you to the 10586 Build (original release was Build 10240) this is the first of the upgrades that will be released every four months, bringing new features and improvements to your operating system. Am …

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How to get the Office Insider Build with Office 365 for business

If you’re an Office 365 for business customer, follow these steps to install the First Release build for the Office 365 client. This gives you early access to the new features of Office 2016 and is the same as the Office Insider build. While not required at this time, if you’re the Office 365 admin, …

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With the release of Windows Server 2016, licensing to move from socket to core

Microsoft has updated its licensing model for Windows Server, which will come into affect with the release of Windows Server 2016 sometime after the middle of next year. Previously, Server licensing was based on the number of sockets in the host machine, with Windows Server 2012 and its two main editions, Standard and Datacenter, having …

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FindTime: Discover the easiest way to find time to meet – A Microsoft Garage Project

This new free Outlook Add-in enables you to easily send out proposed meeting times with voting options for the attendees to find the perfect time for your meeting in no time! findtime.microsoft.com

MVA Course: Understanding and Troubleshooting Office 365 End User Performance Issues

For Office 365 administrators who field performance complaints from users, there are lots of options. Want to know more? Check out this session. Learn how to plan for network bandwidth, compare use of Microsoft Azure ExpressRoute for Internet connectivity, and hear about tools and processes for troubleshooting performance issues. Plus, find out how and where …

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MVA Course: What really happens when there is an Office 365 service incident, and what’s my role?

As an Office 365 admin, you play an important role in delivering the best possible productivity for your users and organization. Although delivering a reliable and continuous service is our top priority, Microsoft recognizes that service incidents can occur and that they may impact your experience. To help ensure that you’re prepared and empowered in …

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